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Thank-you for bringing this wonderful play to MCC – again! It was wonderful to see the great turn-out and to raise awareness about domestic violence in such an engaging and moving way.
Dr Elizabeth Ursic Mesa Community College
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A few words about us
Fix the hurt is a nonprofit that raises awareness about the solutions to domestic and teen dating violence. We concentrate our efforts through the use of live performances in the form of plays and musicals.
Teaching Through Drama That “Real Love Shouldn’t Hurt.”
Who Benefits from Our Plays
We work with organizations who want to increase their awareness and training programs. Our approach is innovative and proven to be an effective partnership that produces measurable results in education and action.
Junior & High Schools & Universities
Education and communication is key in preventing the growing number of tragedies that afflict young people and their families.
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